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c > c I rTAE r rTHE THE WASHINGTON TIMES SUNDAY OCTOBER 30 1904 11 t BOWLING RACING RACI O ATHLETICS OXINO FOOTBALl Washington Played Tie TieWith TieWith With Maryland Varsity VarsityTeams VarsityTeams VarsityTeams Teams Evenly Matched But Game Was Not NotParticularly NolParticulrarly Notr r Particularly Interesting InterestingVisitors Visitors Made MadeTwo MadoTwo MackTwo Two Long Runs George Washington played a tie of 0 to towith 0 with the University UnJvt7of of Maryland at atVan atVan atf Van f an Ness Nu Park yesterday afternoon afternoonAlthough attenaooDAlthoup attrnoanAlthough Although the game was close it Itnut was wasnut wasnut nut particularly Interesting IDt lna Neither Neitherteam NeltMrtm 4 team distinguished Itself by brilliant brilliantvork brilliantwork brillianturk work urk and there were many raw spot spotWashington spots 8POtaahll1lfton spotsWashington Washington ahll1lfton wa was lacking In animation animationand aDbnaUona animationturd and a lid spirit while the Marylanders were werein wereI in I poor physical condition co and were wweManU eon eonstanily eony stanily ManU being laid up The frequentwile frequent frequentalls frequentls < alls ls for timeout caused the u th game to be bedelayed bejelaed bedelayed delayed until Ion Ionthe long after 6 ocIock ocIockthc and andthe the twinkling star stan were as plentiful dfta1 a aat as asIt II IIt at It t a chorus IPrr girls sir benefit before thegame the thegame thegamt game wa was over overMaryland oerJ overMaryland J Maryland rylaB4l SluggM SluggMMaryland SluuLfaryland S1upNdMaryland Maryland was frequently accused of ofslugging ofBluggtng ofslugging slugging and there the ware thaes tIaM1Ie when the thevisitors tJaedsttora thefsitors visitors did not appear to he aa that thatwag uatWas thatWas Was desirable d e in the matter of ladylike ladylikeaction Jatyllkeaction ladylikeaction action on the gridiron la I the U second secondhalf aecoadhtAlt secondhalf half a Maryland player Interfered with withthe withthe withthe the catch of a punt and atIaeN there were loud loudcries loudcries loudcries cries of foul but Referee Jack Qass did didnot cUdnot didnot not see the offense and refused to give givethe P Ptht givethe the fifteen yards that was demanded by bythe bythe bythe the rooters for the home team teamOn tMmIn teamOn On In the whole the teams t were evenly evenlymatched evenlymate evenlymatched matched mate hoo The backs managed to get getthrough ptthrough getthrough through the opposing lines for only onlysmalt ODIymall onlyantalt smalt mall gains until the last few minute minuteof stlnutaSof lnue lnueof of play pia when Hala broke loose for thir thirty thirty thhrty ¬ ty yards for Maryland aad ad a little later laterStone Ia IaStone haterStone Stone got through for f tweatjMlve ve yard yardin yanlain in i n a general mixup These were tolungrst the thelongest U UImgrst longest runs of the came hat they were werepossible w wlJussible wereyussible possible largtly on c scrouat at of the dark darkness daIttness darkneea ¬ ness nessStevenson nessStn neeaStevenson Stevenson Stn StroDeStevenllOD StrongStevenson Strong StrongStevenson Stevenson made a a810n saiendiif implies impliesorlon impression ¬ sion for George Washington W He ran ranvll Jft1I1 rantit 1I1 tit vll ll with the ball and an tackled tacktetSttoenerflOn hard hardSteenerson hardSteeneraon Steenerson handled the team in excel excellent acell asoelltot ¬ lent l l1t fashion and was a constant factor factoron factorn factoron on n the defense His quarterback run rundid ruts JUnBdid rutsdid did not produce the results 18 expected expectedbut expeetedbut expsetdbut but that was largely beea because his team teammates teaDam teammatt ¬ mates m matt tps seemed to be in a trance when it itcame Itame Itcame came to forming interference to t protect protecthim pIOteethim pnteethim him He made a quarterback kick that thatnetted thatnetted t tretted netted a substantial gain and the ball ballis ballas ballwas was as is recovered recoveredMorris recovtredMorris recoveredMorris Morris at right tackle was ODe of the thestars thetary he heta stars ta tary for George Washington W oa both botht bothth j jthf th thf t hf offense and defense dete He was an ex I tellent j jellent ItllHlt ellent line gainer In Inthe rl running aing througthe throttgU throttgUthe the other tackle with Ida the hall u uof and rush maehof rusheat of the Washington ashing1on showing was to be beattributed beattlbuted beattributed attributed to him himXrylABd himary1u4 hintYafylagd XrylABd ary1u4 Back Osoi OsoiStone OMIStone idedStone Stone HiUa lL a and Watts the Mary Maryland JIaryland Maryland ¬ land backs ba k each put up a aand gees game gameand gameand and kept working world all the time uehttd the They Theyhad Theylad had a a hard line to go I Iwag agaktst AOfis AOfisH wag H its 18 probably the best In hi his work a at atfullback atfullback J fullback hurdling 1urdl1l1 well and keeping his hisfed hisfeet I Ifeot fed with 1 surprising number of op opponeiits opl1ell upyunents poneiits l1ell ts c singing to his shoulders shouldersStone shouldersStone I IStouP Stone at ieft half and Brent at left leftad leftnd leftud ad were ere tearless tackier ck1en and stopped stoppedmany toppeduuny I Iruuny many of the most promising plO Washing W Waahingtrn iIIatr iIIatrJII 1 1uii uii JII runs Halts was strong on the at attivk atId att t tivk i and he and Mason M were a tower towerstrength toWelJ > r strength on the defense defencein def defIII in the flrat half Mary MarrtaaeV pld kicked 1 ekeCJ ekeCJht and andUic apdt t Uic ht h r ball was downed on the theb Kyard KyardA b A try at nntrnr oento oeD > f nfmd and ad it ItHowe was wasIlowe 1 Howe uowei t by y a r ilo ls Bsss to Seven Bteveai St SevenThat ve i That able bl athlete tb1ete fumbled but re reAerd reyrtj renered Aerd iii u time te make ake ke nine yards yardsMaryland yardaMrylanda yardsM M Maryland arylandu i right t sssjs de appeared weak weakbut weaktJ weakbut but tJ t the team tea took a brace and held for fordowns fordvwu fordowns downs Hate made five yards 7IU I on the right t tand side sideand sideand and Stone made a perilous hurdle for forfive tori faAve i five yard He followed with a gain n of ofnine ofnine ofnine nine yards in < he left side of the Wash Washiagtoa WaaIampon Washington iagtoa kite Watts tried for a aI Mid goal goalbut pealbut I but it was too low and atesaeraen 11 was wasdowned waacIownecl wasdowned downed with the ball behind the tbepoata pal palposts gasJposts posts for a touchback The ban ballkicked was waskicked wgs wgskicked kicked out from the Kyard yard IbM and andwas aB4OD andwas was downed on the u Ityard y Mae bat batMaryland liMItManancl lootMaryland Maryland could co ld not gain and Watts Wattskicked Wat WatI Wattskicked kicked I cked for twenty yards yardsStevenson y ySteveaMD yardsStevenson Stevenson made a scant ave yard buck buckTwo buckTwo buckTwo Two more ore plunges pI netted Ave yards and andthen andthen andthen then Taylor was thrown back for Ave flveyards ftveanIa Aveyards yards anIa by Mason Steenerson fumbled fumbledand twabledand fumbledand and it was w Marylands ball on the theyard 40 40yard 0 0yard yard line Hala Halal Stone Ston and Measmore Measmoremade Meumoremade Messmoremade made a short series of small U gains and andthen andtbea andthea then the ball was fumbled bqt Steener Steeserton Steenerson tee teedid ¬ son did not have his eye on his hlanUlllber hlanUlllberand number numberand numberand and failed to get t the pisahinLocal pigskin pigskinLocal p1pIdDLocal Local Oval is UMtsjgor UMtsjgorThese Daa > > a aTb sr srThese These Tb small but constant gains m in inwhich litwhlela Inwhich which the referee wa w was constantly coaetat17ViIIC mess messurias mesawing 1 wing to see if the ave yards 1 had been beenmade Meamade beenmade made carried the ball to George Gear W WJncton WashIngtons Wash Washingtons ¬ Jncton ingtons Kyard line where w the theteaa local localteam localteam team held manfully and got It on doThat downs downsThat do doThat That was the nearest approach to toB a aSteenerson aaeon aeon aeonSteveeson Steenerson B eaenon made a quarterback kickpf kick kickOf kick Jdck9t Of twentyfive yards anIa and Taylor recov recovered recovered recovseed ¬ ered the ball V West made four yards yardsMorris prdaMorn yardsMorris Morris collected ten ten and this with a few fewShort fewMort fewshort Short line plunges carried the ball to toMarylands toMaryluwl toMarylands Marylands 45yard line When time U was wascalled W8ca1lecL wascaned called calledIn ca1lecLlit canedIn In the second half Washington Waahla on kickedand kicked kickedand kiclu1ad and ad Watts was downed on the a Kyard Kyardmark Siyardnark yard yardark mark ark Watts kicked to the center of the theHeld OWAekL theacid Held Winston made de eight yards arcIa and andWest andWeat an anWest West added four and Ave while Law Lawfailed Lawfailed Lawfailed failed to gain Winston made five av Xligore Kil KUIIOre I Igore gore two and Steenerson Steene got around left leftend ktftend 141ftend end for Ave taking the ball bIlland to Maryi Maryiland Mary Marylands lands land Isyard yard line Un where Maryland MaI7 MaI7the sotthe sot j jthe the leather on downs downsTwo downsTwo o oTwo Two Long 1 Jbras RvttgThe JbrasThe b bTIle The career cf f the visitors was cut cutshort cutabort cutabort abort after a few gates when Van Valet VMetthrew VlietthNw Valetthrew threw HaM HaI for a loss and it was Wash Wubball Washingtons Washingtons ¬ ingtons ball en downs Washington Washingtongot W Wpt Washingtongot got five 6 yards 7ar a for offside play pIa Watts Wattsthrew Watblthrew Wattsthrew threw Stevenson back dE for a loss and andand andand ncl ncland and It was Marylands ball on downs etownaMaryland 4IMJ 4IMJMarylaad downsMaryland Maryland kicked on its IByard yard line and andrs ancICaptaJa andcaptain rs captain > patq Brent interfered but the ret referee reteree retcree ¬ eree failed to see it and the protest protestwas poteatwaa protestwas was not allowed > Morris made flfteen flfteenyards 6lteeny Sfteeayards yards y before Maryland Mary got the ball 1 ra radowns f fdow1 indowns dow1 downs a on its own 30yard 70 yard line lineHala IiDeHala1lrlcckd tineHalo Halo Hala1lrlcckd wriggled out of a scrimmage llert and andr andIaD andcan can thiRy thIft r yards before being d do < n set r < eeIby eel eelby d dby by Bttenervon Stone shortly bortlJ followed followedwith tonowed1dth followedwith with a dash of twentyfive yards sar sarquarte A Aquarterback Aquarterback quarterback quarte a ran tailed and fhe b game gameended game gameended pmcnadMd ended with the hall on Woshsagtoas Woshsagtoas26yard W WUDe s 26yard 6 line UaeThe UDeTM w The 1IVw 7iaVWashington tiaeUa tiaeUaWashington Washington Posittosv PosittosvWinston PoailopWinston1IC Winston w Winston1IC U UVan t tV tVan Van V Vtlt VtltLaw VtteC VtteCLaw VlietlAw Law L 1 1Kll L T carnal 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s ti SbctyJMgmt SixtyEirletPoor SbctyJMgmtAll Sbtyi t tPI Poor PI < < Plql PlqlAU Playing PlayingAll All UM pow tournaments tot ra m nta of the fall fallseason WIMa80It fallseason season in Washington a have v been won wonby wonlIy wonby by the under do dog and the Columbia ColumbiaCoif ColumWaColt ColumbiaColt Colt Club tourney which clotted yes yesterda 7 yesterday terday terda > at Brightwood was no excep ¬ tion tionDr Dr Walter B Harban Har of Columbia Colum Columclefeated defeated de feat F Oden Horstmann Ho t naqn of Chevy Chase C In the final for t the Club Cup Cu Cu1up by 1 1up up The Consolation Cua C was won b by If IfT HT 11T T Harding of ColumMa C uta IL Vho If beat beat Cr r L 1 L W OwaebrookTW CJlPeblook brook Chevy Chase by S Sup iup 6up up and 1 to play pia piaB M E Danforth of Getumbia plum de defeated detested wteated ¬ tested T R Newbold of Qhev Obevy y Cha Ch ChlIy thane thaneby e by 1 up in If holes ho ea In the third sixteen sixteenCemiaeie Mxt MxtWi sixteenwigs Cemiaeie r wigs Wi WiDIstrict wigsDistrict District Commissioner H L West of ofColumbia ofColuMbia ofColumbia Columbia won first prise for lowest lowestnet lOwtaet lowestnet net score in the handicap match with withtt witband withiR tt and F Oden Horstmann of Chary Chase captured first prise pets for lowest lowestgross Jo lowest lowestgror t taro gross aro score in this contest with TL 11 Mr MrWest West W who had a handicap of 24 4 Yo went wentaround cot entalOW14 cotaround around in 92 strokes strokesW strokesW trokesW W C Carnegie of St Andrews ndrew who had next beat score of 7f In the bat handicap batp hsndtcap ¬ cap p performed a feat that was never er before and probably never will again againbe aplnbe againbe be equaled on the Columbia course He Hemade IielAade Iistoads made the third hole bolebotde bogie 4 IIn in two twostrokes twotrok twostrokes strokes trok The distance between the tee teeand teeand teeand and tttt t hole is S 2 y8 > > 8 yards arda Mr Car Carnegies Carnelde Carnegles ¬ negies nelde drive was 170 yards In ap approaching approachlDl ¬ proaching ing his ball balltanded landed 12 1 inches from fromthe fromT the T hole feU almost dead and rolled in inThe iftTbe inbe The be principal match of the day that thatbetween thatbeTwem thatbetween between Dr W W S Harban and Mr MrHorstmann MrHoratJaann MrHorstmann Horstmann was exciting because of its itscloseness ltitcI Itscloseness closeness cI but there its good points pointsended poInblead pointsended ended ead 4 The play was the worst ever evern everseen seen n In a championship match in Wash Washigton W8hIIon Washington IIon igton Mr r Horstmann could not drive driveand drivean and id put any too well and Dr Idartmncould Harban HarbanTactically HIubaJapracflcaUJ Tactically practicallywo could not put at alL The Thethat 11ae 11aei i two wo oppoeJte fault of the contestants eon1ntsenDed contestantsevened I enDed ue match tch and kept t Ute thethat gallery galleryMatey that followed tta tbs u ° play Interested InterestedMany InterecdJay In Many Jay Bad Drive DriveMr DtiY DtiYMr DtiverMr Mr Horstmt HontJlUonn > nn madeeight made fight bad drives drivesand drlv drlval1d drivesand and was plairly plait ly disgusted With tit his lose 10Mof lostof j jof of form Each time me the Chevy Chase Chaseman ctaa Chaseman e eJDaQ man would miss his drive Dr DrD Harban lfarhanwould IlarMnwould Harbanwould would respond poncl with a poor put and ad the thetwo t thetwo e etwo two would compliment each other on ontheir ontheir ontheir their poor or work workThe workThe workThe The first hole was halved In four but butDr butDr butiban Dr Harbaa forged ahead bead at t the secondwinning second secondwinning 4 winning it four to to1x six The third wa wavie w wen was wascicQ vie cicQ versa en Mr Horstmann taking takinrstrokes lour lourrokH tourstrokes strokes rokH and Dr Dreven Harba six making DI it iteven iteven even up Mr Mrdrive Honatmann missed his hisdme hisdrive drive on the seeoud IMeOUd bole and drove into intothe IntQthe Intothe the trees on the third but extricated extricatedhimself extricatedIWaaelf extricatedhimself himself nicely Mr Horstmann drove drovcinto drov drovInto into the high grass going olne to No 4 but l ut i Dr Harban missed an easy put andaUowed and andallowed aadaDow allowed aDow hi Ida opponent to halve halve it ItHarbans Dr DrHarbans DrBar Harbans Bar excellent excellent drive which hlch landed landedi asdedon ed edOD i on toe fair green ffn enabled him to win wini wbsthe winthe i the next hole ile le also won the sixth sixthwhen alxtkwhn sixthwhen when both made short drives and hi hiI his hiolopponent hisopponent I opponent missed an ordinarily a easy put Mr Hor Hortmann tmann won the seven seventh veftt Ja Jalost but butHorstmann butlost lost the eighth b by a bad drive driveto doing to the ninth bole III Horstmann drove into the tall t < t1l grass ra and in extricating extricatingte extr himself drove into the grass on t the he op rlM poslte te side of the course co but Dr Wal ¬ Iter ter drove into to the ditch in front nt f the I bunker and after getting g well out outmissed outI tautmissed missed I iae4 a aa easy easya put loata n the he bole by b bI byroe I a stroke Dr Harban wa roe one up pat at the turnComing turn turnComiaf turnCoaiaCI Coming CoaiaCI CoaiaCIMr IB IBMr InMr Mr Horstmann won the t first holecoming hole holecoming coming 0 la by three t to flour Dr Hartaan Harbsarimming Hartaanrtmminjr HarIaaarilamirur rimming the cup on No 10 No 11 was washalved wasbnived aa aaved halved bnived ved Both drove into the bank The twelfth and thirteenth holes were wr also aIeoved I halved ved but Mr Horstmann won the fourteenth by two strokes cr by superior superioriblng lAI r rEhiD hang At the fifteenth hole both bothwould b bothyer th thy EhiD y yer would have put a beginner be DeI to toi toe toe e Mr fr Horstmann as usual uaI sttlrt rt d It with 3 i drive among amon the rocks Nebn Then n each aeh made several bad outs Dut al ¬ though Dr Harban finished in bogie boPtwon and sadwon andwon won Another bad drive by Mr Horstmann Horst Homnft Horstmann mann nft at the sixteenth teth hole enabled Dr Harban to win it by S to 5 This Thl put the Columbia golfer one up Dr Harban thr u had the t seventeenth enteenth enteentheneI ehtehed etneheder ehteheditcr eneI itcr er Mr Horstmann Horntma inn had made two badguts bad badnuts bad1MIta nuts but the doctor was w there with his ae R od fault and the hole was w halved i f 7 play Harban was one up with one hole holeplay hol holplay holeplay Afrer the drive Mr Horstmann bad an anebance May chance to halve the match but butoa butshoed shoed Koad on the approach Again ain Dr Har hans f a s bad bady approaching roachintr loomed up and t the Chev Chevbut Chevy Chase man still un bad a chance but Dr Drand Huban rban laid him a halt stymie stymieand tymleond and the t last bole wa w b halved balv tn tnstrokes i In six sixstrokes x xatrolle8 strokes and Dr Harhsn Ifa aa had won b 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FFULL FFULL FFULL FULL DRESS and andTUXEDO andTUXEDO TUXEDO SUITS SUITSFOR SUITSFOIt SUITStroIe I FOR HIRE HIRETEHHILLE7097ttStHW HIRETENNlllE HIE HIETENNILLEi TEHHILLE7097ttStHW TENNlllE 709 09 7 ilk Sf t N 1 W W1r 1r Georgetown Defeated DefeatedHoly DefeatedHoly DefeatedHoly Holy Cross With Ease EaseWashington EaseWashington EaseWashington Washington Team Irresistible on Defense Defenseand Defenseand Defenseand and Offense OffenseMahono Mahone Star for Winners Winnersby Winnersby Winnersby by General Workan Work anrd a ld Sensational Run PHILADELPHIA PHlL DELPHIA Oct 28 aIn In the first ftNttoetbalt Aratfootball i ifootball football game ever played plalro between the thetwo thetwo thetwo two institution Georgetown triumphed triumphedover triuaapbedover triumphedover over Holy Cross C this afternoon at Co Columbia eo1Dia Colambla ¬ lumbia Park by 17 to 4 4Two I 1Two Two touchdowns and a goal a in the thefirst theANt theAret first half and a a touchdown and Del a aIn goal goalin pealin in the second represented the Blue and andGrays andGrays Grays Gray points while whll Holy Hol Cross ero eroobIt was wasobliged wasobliged obIt obliged to be content with a goal from fromthe rrc rrcthe frontthe the field in the second coa4 half which Reid IteldcoNd Reidscored Reidscored scored from the Uyard yld line after a aHoly aRot aholy Holy Rot Cross player had recovered a fum fumble fumble fumble ¬ ble bleGame bleGame bleGame Game Interesting iBterestiagAlthough IBtertta IBterttaAltlaoulrh InterestingAlthough Although Holy Hot Crows Cro was 8 outclassed outclassedIn In Hearty It every respect the game never neverlagged neverlagged r lagged 1 but was interesting tntenl q from troIato root begja begjaning ba n nnlng ning to end e 4 A crowd of about five fivethousand ayethou Avethousand thousand thou mostly supporters of either eitherof eIaheIof etherof of the teams assembled mbled for the contest contestA coateetcJeleptIoIl A delegation of about two hundred hundredGeorgetown hundredQeoraetown hundredGeorgetown Georgetown undergraduates made the thetrh thetrtp thetrip trh trip > up from Washington to cheer their theirfavorites tlMlrraTorit theirfavorites favorites raTorit They established a cheering cheeringsection chee cheeIleCt cheeringsection section IleCt OR In the the east t stand and supported supportedtheir supportedtheir upportedtheir their team t royally In the second econd half halfwhen halfwh halfwhen when wh victory seemed aee assured red the vie visitors va vaitonl vieItem ¬ Item sang to their hearts content and andcheered andeheere4 andcheered cheered the coaches and the players playersHoly piaYenHol playersHoly Holy Hol Cross C had few students atu4en at the thegame thegaJIte thegame game so their team wa was not as well welllooked wdllooked welllooked looked after from the e rooters stand standpoint standpoint taAd taAdpolat ¬ point as 8 wa W8 that of uetr Heir opponent opponentFive oppoaenuFlve opponentsFive Five hundred Pennsylvania PeaDa7lva ala men turned turnedout turn turnedout l lout out to watch the return 8 of the Penn PennsylvaniaHarvard PWIUylvaniaHarvard PennsylvaniaHarvard ¬ sylvaniaHarvard gans pea to t and d whenever wheneverthe wheneverthe wheneverthe the Quakers made ground against t the theCrimson theCrtnulOn theCrimson Crimson the park resounded with the thecheers uecheen thecheers cheers of the happy Quaker student studentGoe atu4enGootl studentsGood Good Goe AH Around AtwuM1An AnuiAn AroundAn An rrealtibie attack against which whichthe whichthe whichthe the Hue men of Holy Cross ero were helD heloles helDleM heroless les less together with a defense del which kept kepther kepther kepther her rivals from making any an extended extendedgain extendedUuo extendedpins gain through Uuo cll the line gave v George aeoraetown Georgetown town a victory in the moat coveted covetedgame c covetedgame veted vetedIrMe game on her schedule The whole team teamplayed teamplayed teamplayed played well I together There was little littlestar littletar littlestar star tar work done by any members of the theBlue theBlue theBlue Blue and Gray aggregation but what whatever whatever hat hatever ¬ ever special credit should be given vtn isdue is isdue due Captain Ca Mahoney In carrying theball the theball theball ball he was one of the most reliable nn nnoa sign signon n oa the team while hi bin long 1011 run for a atouchdown atouchdown i itoue touchdown toue in the second half was wa the themost tMmoat themost most spectacular work ork done by b any anyplayer anyee I Iplaper player playerThe ee eePhe I The ball was 8 on Georgetown B 50yard 50yardline 0yardline 1 1hoMY line third tld < d down Ave yard to gain Ma Mahoney Mahoney honey was brought over on the tackle tackleback tacklel tackleback back l Ick foinrtlon fomt Uoo for a plunge through left I lefttackle efttackle tt tttaclde tackle He got through tbJou 1 a bole between betweenguard betweenguard ween weennard guard and ad tackle and pulling himself himselfloose bltluelt100M himselfloose loose from the opposing o oahaa forwards forwardssprinted forwardsted forwardssprinted sprinted ted up the field McMaaua lIIdlCaptatn lIIdlCaptatnLarkiD Captain CptainLarkln CaptainLarfcin Larfcin anti three other Holy H Cre ts tsplayers raplay seaplayers players play jumped for the Georgetown load loader loadtr loader ¬ er but he succeeded in escaping and andstaggering aadtqprtnc andstaggering staggering across the goal line planted plantedthe pLwtedtile plantedthe the oval directly behind the i hits t Uc Ucwas U UWU fitwas was so fagged out o t by this tfous 1ntbat 1ntbatPr that thatDr thatDr Dr Reilly Rem deemed it advJsabW adv vJaa zabi to take takehtm tUeim takehim him im out He wa was Purled t rried W off the th lirtd lirtdprotesting t 2ndprotesting MI MIproteatlnc protesting against aiD his removal and andMonahan aDdMonahan andMonahan Monahan was substituted This Tbi was the thecnly thecoy coy 017 change in th tbbu university Ueup UeupYaifbndig Ut 11 11KaIfbadta up upGeorgetowns KaIfbadta Yaifbndig 1J1dnut 1J1dnutOeor UtdttutGeorgetowns Georgetowns Oeor towns haltbsttsHart halfbacks haJfba = aHart Hart and andLarkin aa aaLartdQtbe andLarkinthe Larkin LartdQtbe the two men who it waft feared fearedwould t fearedwould Irei1 Irei1would would net be able to go through the thewhole thewhole thewhole whole game survived and played well wellboth w wellboth U Uboth both on the offensive o < < eamve and defensive deeatrMeOettigan dele deleMeOett defensiveMcGettigan MeOettigan MeOett n wa was given a tree hand handin u4in bandin in the running of the team and hi higeneralship his 1aJageneJ1Lla hisgeneralship generalship geneJ1Lla p was UI exeeMsst s J t He varied variedhis var variedhis e4 his 111 attack so that the Us necessary neceaaa dis distance diataDee dlstastee ¬ tance wa w was nearly always al forthcoming fort fortand forthceiugand forthcomingand and seemed cd to know just what t man to tocall toeal1 tocan call open for eaeh play ilia Marten MarteRpla was wasplayed wsaplayed played pla on end whoa Holy Cress C bad badthe ba4Ute hadthe the ball and only onee ODe oacg WIN wa a asmetaa aa lal gain aln made by way of his hi wing wingThat w wIItat wingThat That wa was when Captain Larkin on a atrick atrick atrick trick drvw do w the Georgetown team tea to one oneaide oneaI oneside aide aI e and then took the ball around aroundright arouedrlwbt aroundright right end pfd d by 1 y himself Marten wa was runwith run runwKh IQftwith with the ball oftener than in n any aD other othergame otbertbi8 othergame game this season and usually ualb gained necJ a ayard ayard ayard yard or more McCarthy and net Fitapat Fitapatrick Jrlupatrick Fitapatrict rick the th latter a freshman tr both did didgood didgood J4 J4pol good work at the tlteCatnll eass eassCarreil ends endsCarroll Carroll Geld Pt PtCarroll Pastor PastorCarroll P tr trCarroll Carroll more ore than held hi I his a own In his hispunting h hpunUq hispunting punting duel duels with Larkin aDd was wasmost waaJII08t wasmost most effective when advancing the ban ballfrom banfrom banfrom from his position in the line or from fromthe fromthe the tackleback formation The center centertrio centertrio centertrio trio Ovine Ona Given Glv Given and Neal presented presenteda ntecl ntecla a strong t front through which hlch the Wor Worceeterite Worfew Worcesterites cesterites ceeterite made few gain oa Given ex exeeUed exhIa excelled celled his partners and so BOO1Itplaed oesapletety ceetpletelyoutplayed oesapletetyoutplayed outplayed Carrigan hi his opponent that thatIt thatIt thatit It was always alwa a serious now question qu when whenthe wllntlte whenthe the Purple wa w was on the offensive wheth whether ¬ er Captain Larku would receive the ball ballsafely ballaty ballsafely safely enough to get It to his backs backswithout bacJulWIthout backswithout without a fumble fumbleCaptain fumbleCaptain fumblefoe Captain Larkin played the best game gameoe e fo t foe oe his team tea He made three pretty prettybig prett prettruaa runs tackled wen and was very ate8d st y ta holding the ball for Reid Relda goal l 1fben beer beere the e Blue and Ora Gray forwards were rush rushthrough big in through to block the kick Mc McMssits Maaus N Mssits ais and ReId also did good work wo buttbecause but because of the fierce taeUhur taeldla taskl trap < < of Hart and Larkin were unable to make makeany Jllakeof makeany any of the long runs for which they theyare the thear theyare are ar famous famousClean famouaau famouscwt Clean Contest ContestThe CeateIItTIte ContestThe The game ame wa was hard fought from the thebegiaaing thelIut thebeginning beginning but was aaasnsBy clean c It Ithad Itbeen Itbad had been noised about the U city elt that thatboth ttI thatboth both I otb team would go in for roughing It Itbut Itbut Itbut but there were no evidences of any anyslugging anyslugging slugging 1 Mike Bennett Peons JIemt fa famonc famoue a astone moue fullback was appointed appolate4Ii head headlimsmao headlinesman linesman Ii with the power po to disqualify disqualifythe disqualifythe utJ utJthe the first man who attempted to rough roughI roUChan roughan I an opponent but not once was he heoMfged beo heolPiged oMfged o t to call down any of the players playersbecause playenMcaJlle playersbecause because of unfair tactics tacticsHOT tacticsHoly cUcs HOT Holy Cross won the too toes and andGeorgetown pn pnGeoJoDtown gaveown Georgetown own the kickoff kickoffthe k Reid reeelYecl reeelYeclthe the hall 1 on the iyaftl yard line and run it ItIn itIn j in fifteen ttf n yard Holy Cross tried triedGeorgetowns tJ1ecJGeorptown triedGeorgetowns Georgetowns line without gain Reid ReidI Rei4punted Reidpunted I punted fortyfive yards yard to Larkin who whowas whowas bo boWa was Wa downed by Campbell CaDpIM > ll with a five fiveyard tlveId riveyard yard Id gain Georgetown then pounded poundedthe poun4e4the poundedthe the Worcester WO cester tackles taCld The ball was wascarried wurrieCI wascarried carried rrieCI down the field to the Idyard 16yardline Idyardline p line where there was a short bort stand tand by I 7 i Holy Cross Croebut but Martell and Carroll Carrollgetbene to together tea teaether ¬ getbene getbeneb gether ether pushed b the oval o along 10 to toyew the theyard 5 5yaM yard line Mahoney KaboDeynht Mahoneyo y plowed through throughright throughright right tackle for a touchdown He Helucked S Sld Hekicked lucked ld ked goal Score C tofa to A ALimeTe etion L1Iio LimeTe fa T To ToCarrigan fires firesCarrUcan tion CarrUcan ran back the kickoff ten tenyards ten tenyards te teyar4 yards Georgetown line lineroved men IBeDroved again againproved proved roved MM tclt strong and ad after an three threedown tJaree4oWDli threedowns downs down add 14 panted DfD forty yards The Theball TIMbaU ball railed outnide With Wlt the tar tarand taekJQand and bank carrying the baa the BIu BIuand Blue Bluea4 and Gray < again galloped through t ttuopposing th thoppGaiJt opposing guards r and tackles to Holy HolyCram Holyero HolyCrum Cram ero 14yard yard line Larkin circled right rightPOO riPtfD righend POO fD for to twenty yards yar t and with the he ball ballon ball1ft ballon on 1ft the Syard yard line tliahoney Mahoney ahoney again n nr1ed car carried caroled ¬ ried It over Score Georgetown Oeorpto UHot u 11Holy uHoIl Holy Hot Cross Cr 0 There was no more ore sour soorins BCOIIn sourthe lug ins in the firvt period periodihortly periodIaortly Shortly Iaortly after the kick kickoff in the thehalf second aseosdhalf secondhalf half the Blue and Gray fumbled and andHoly aadHoly ad adHoly Holy Crow recovered on the Myard yard line lineThen 1Iaethe lineTblsn Then Tblsn the Worcester W men gained ten tenyards tenyan tanyards yards yan on three downs dOWlUlG Georgetown made madea a grand grand rally Reid fell back to the 16 16varri 36rxrtl varri f1a d line Un and kicked a goal from tro place placement placeent placement ¬ ment ent Score 11 to 4t 4 4VatimeJy fY1IItiIMI7 t VatimeJy FmAte FmAteAfter Pw PwAfter wsrlis wsrlisAfter After Georgetown oeoo received the kick kickoff 1dckoff kickoff off the ball was slowly worked from fromthe troIDtlae fromthe the c 10yard Uae to within fifteen yard yardsof yardof y yof of ofc oftJK the tJK Holy HoI Cross goal oal when n there theretbe was wasaa wasere aa untimely fumble and the Washing Washingtosdana Washlngtonians Waaltln WaaltlntoDJana tonians lost oat the ball under er the shadow shadowof shadowoft h40wat of tie goal tai I Una UnaThe u utIMa Ilneljboe The bar wss wa the these worked werksdback back toward towardthe towardbe towardthe the be center of the field After three threeawaas tkrecea threeCopt awaas Captain ea Copt Mahanry made his pret tv Y pees f get t full value al Itle Itley ue hare oar oarPenney r rmeney Penney y buck b on demand demandA 4enlalldA demandWINTER A SWELL SWELLWINTER SWELLWINTER WINTER SUIT SUITIn 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